"Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy" Season 3 on History Channel is hosted by the comedian, who believes that the United States of America is the greatest country on the face of the earth and is out to prove it. In this new series, Larry crisscrosses the nation, going totally off the beaten path to find the people, places and things that define this nation's unique history. From panning for gold in the hills of California to leading a cavalry charge in a Civil War reenactment in Virginia, Larry gives history a fun, down-home twist in the new one-hour series, "Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy."

Each episode uncovers surprising information about America's history from the story of how moonshine-making during Prohibition gave rise to one of America's most celebrated past times—NASCAR racing—to the history of etiquette from Emily Post's heirs in Vermont, complete with a lesson in good manners.

Coast to coast Larry visits cities of all sizes getting an education in its history including, Monowi, Nebraska a town with a population of one and the bustling metropolis of San Francisco, California and New York, New York.

Throughout this informative and quirky approach to history, Larry prompts one memorable adventure after the next. He finds himself competing in a Mark Twain-style frog race in Calaveras County, California; crawfishing in Louisiana; logging deep in the Oregon woods; discovering dog sledding in the icy lakes of Minnesota and getting a kick out of Mule Day in Tennessee.

Season 3

This season, Larry and his crew hit the road to spotlight the people, places and things that make America unique. His adventures include celebrating the modern-day "black gold rush" in Williston, North Dakota; delving into our country's celebrity obsession by banding up with the paparazzi in "Hollyweird," California; and scouring the Florida wilderness for poisonous snakes to bring to the "Serpentarium" — where he'll help extract their venom for medicinal uses.

As Larry makes his way through the states, his immersion in our country's colorful subcultures informs as much as it entertains. Whether he's in New Mexico launching a bobble-head of himself into space, in Iowa uncovering the secrets of "carny" life, in Tennessee traversing the region's most dangerous roads, or in Arizona wrestling an ostrich, Larry's travels continue to prove that America is multi-faceted and anything but ordinary.

"Only in America with Larry the Cable Guy" is produced for History by Pilgrim Films & Television and Parallel Entertainment. Craig Piligian and Eddie Rohwedder are Executive Producers for Pilgrim Films & Television. Larry the Cable Guy and J.P. Williams are Executive Producers for Parallel Entertainment. Executive Producers for History are David McKillop, Dirk Hoogstra and Mike Stiller.

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Network: History Channel
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: February 8, 2011
Seasons: 3
Production Companies:
Pilgrim Films & Television
Parallel Entertainment

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